TODAY'S HEADLINES: IPOB Hits Back At Sheikh Gumi, Senate Set To Debate On Herdsmen Crises
By Legitkevin | self meida writer
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IPOB Hits Back At Sheikh Gumi, Senate Set To Debate On Herdsmen Crises, Three Killed As Rival Cult Clash
Here are some of the stories making the headlines today.
IPOB Hits Back At Sheikh Gumi
Following the recent comments from Islamic scholar, Sheikh Gumi, comparing IPOB and Oduduwa agitators to Boko Haram, the media and publicity secretary of IPOB has hit back at the Sheikh. He said IPOB is after self determination which is constitutionally guaranteed while Boko Haram is a terrorist organization known for commiting crimes.
Three persons have been confirmed dead as rival cult Clash in Lagos. The Police also confirmed the arrest of nineteen persons who are suspected to be part of the cult groups.
Senate Set To Debate On Herdsmen Crises
Following the recent troubles caused by the Fulani herdsmen, the Nigerian Senate is set to debate concerning the Fulani herdsmen crises faced in the Nation. The motion would be raised in the house either on Tuesday or Wednesday.
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